Appraisal: SLC Non-CDL Driver / Yardhand

Definitions: Yard Foreman = Employee Sales Manager = Supervisor Regular appraisals are a communication tool that helps clarify for employees and their managers what job duties are required, what excellent performance means, how to achieve excellent performance, and at what level the employee is currently performing at. Evaluations help employees determine where they need to strive or try harder. Ultimately, appraisals help the whole organization to perform better; they ensure company success and that we all continue to enjoy working at American Stone for years to come.

Communication Skills Under Pressure *

Able to Weigh the Balance between Chatty and Business-Focused Conversation *

Professional and Positive Attitude *

Does the employee stay busy at all times?

Driver operates vehicle safely and has not damaged the vehicle during evaluation period.

Driver has not damaged any customer property during the evaluation period: includes driveways, yards, and personal property.

Driver must have a valid driver’s license, medical card and insurance papers in their possession at all times.

Driver has delivery customers sign the BOL, “delivery form with damage waiver” before the truck is unloaded.

Drive adequately secures any product (or covers rock loads) to ensure no one in route incurs property damage [to their car].

Driver has completed the Daily Inspection Report (DIR) accurately every day they've driven.

Drivers must turn in their time record every pay period.

Submits a MVR copy and medical card annually to the accounting department.

Immediatlely reports personal or business tickets and citations to supervisor.

Does the driver demonstrate knowledge and care in maintaining product in optimum condition?

Handles loaders, forklifts and other equipment in a manner that does not damage product.

Does driver have and utilize required safety equipment?

Does driver follow standard safety procedures?

Multitasking *

Co-Worker Communications *

Product Knowledge and Location *

Action Selling *

Internet Use *

Cell Phone Use *

Times In and Out *

Number of Hours *

Grooming and Attire *

Office Orderliness *

Restroom cleanliness *

Restroom stock *

Cleanliness *

Orderliness *

Stock *

Purchasing *

Retail Yard Pricing *

Forklift, Loader, Excavator and other Equipment Operation *

Microsoft Word Knowledge (and Google Docs Equivalent) *

Microsoft Excel Knowledge (and Google Docs Equivalent) *

Keeping Deadlines *

Sales Meetings *